When are symptoms of occupational asthma most likely to develop?

The following references have been associated with this question by users of this website. They do not form part of the BOHRF occupational asthma guidelines.

burgeps Elliott 2005 supports a continuing risk of occupational asthma well beyond the first 3 years of exposure to laboratory animals
burgeps Labrecque 2011 The screened group had symptoms for a mean 5.2 years and had worked with isocyanates for a mean 12.9 years, representing a late onset of disease group. The figures for those actually with OA are not given.
burgeps Tsui 2022 There was a longer latency for exposures to bakery, wood, and hairdressing products. The median latency of our patients working with bakery products is around 10 years.

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